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College rodeo season off to a great start

Jo Chytka
Hemingford, Neb.
Bridger Chytka of Hemingford, Neb., competing for CSC.

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Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., was the host for the first rodeo in the 2009-2010 season of the Central Rocky Mountain Region.

The nine events of college rodeo had an amazing 523 entries to compete during the three-day event.

Chadron State Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said, “Entries are up by over 100 from last year, due mostly to recruiting efforts. Our team has 10 new members, making up a total of 30 traveling kids. It makes it tough though, to pick just four girls and six guys to make up the team.”

The events with the greatest increase were barrels with 104 entries and breakaway roping tallying 91; although entries in all the events are up.

Ten CSC competitors made it back to the short go on Sunday: Josi Jensen and Karalyn Bridgeman in goat tying; Jeddidiah Wilson, Ty Werdel and Whitten Hoover in barebacks; Lisa Vroman in breakaway roping; Bridger Chytka in tie-down calf roping and Kaylee Gallino, Bailey Lord and Becky Grimm in barrels.

Four of those placed in the top four. Josi finished second with 8.4 and 8.0 seconds in goat tying; Werdel finished third with 71 and 72 points and Wilson fourth with 68 and 70 points in bareback riding, and Becky Grimm was fourth with 16.55 and 16.88 second in barrels.

“I was very impressed with how the team came together and worked. All the coaches told me what a great rodeo it was. Not many pro rodeos have that many contestants. Kudos to all the CSC rodeo kids.”

There are four more rodeos in the fall portion of the season; Riverton, Wyo., Sheridan, Wyo., Lamar Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo.

Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., was the host for the first rodeo in the 2009-2010 season of the Central Rocky Mountain Region.

The nine events of college rodeo had an amazing 523 entries to compete during the three-day event.

Chadron State Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said, “Entries are up by over 100 from last year, due mostly to recruiting efforts. Our team has 10 new members, making up a total of 30 traveling kids. It makes it tough though, to pick just four girls and six guys to make up the team.”

The events with the greatest increase were barrels with 104 entries and breakaway roping tallying 91; although entries in all the events are up.

Ten CSC competitors made it back to the short go on Sunday: Josi Jensen and Karalyn Bridgeman in goat tying; Jeddidiah Wilson, Ty Werdel and Whitten Hoover in barebacks; Lisa Vroman in breakaway roping; Bridger Chytka in tie-down calf roping and Kaylee Gallino, Bailey Lord and Becky Grimm in barrels.

Four of those placed in the top four. Josi finished second with 8.4 and 8.0 seconds in goat tying; Werdel finished third with 71 and 72 points and Wilson fourth with 68 and 70 points in bareback riding, and Becky Grimm was fourth with 16.55 and 16.88 second in barrels.

“I was very impressed with how the team came together and worked. All the coaches told me what a great rodeo it was. Not many pro rodeos have that many contestants. Kudos to all the CSC rodeo kids.”

There are four more rodeos in the fall portion of the season; Riverton, Wyo., Sheridan, Wyo., Lamar Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo.

Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., was the host for the first rodeo in the 2009-2010 season of the Central Rocky Mountain Region.

The nine events of college rodeo had an amazing 523 entries to compete during the three-day event.

Chadron State Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said, “Entries are up by over 100 from last year, due mostly to recruiting efforts. Our team has 10 new members, making up a total of 30 traveling kids. It makes it tough though, to pick just four girls and six guys to make up the team.”

The events with the greatest increase were barrels with 104 entries and breakaway roping tallying 91; although entries in all the events are up.

Ten CSC competitors made it back to the short go on Sunday: Josi Jensen and Karalyn Bridgeman in goat tying; Jeddidiah Wilson, Ty Werdel and Whitten Hoover in barebacks; Lisa Vroman in breakaway roping; Bridger Chytka in tie-down calf roping and Kaylee Gallino, Bailey Lord and Becky Grimm in barrels.

Four of those placed in the top four. Josi finished second with 8.4 and 8.0 seconds in goat tying; Werdel finished third with 71 and 72 points and Wilson fourth with 68 and 70 points in bareback riding, and Becky Grimm was fourth with 16.55 and 16.88 second in barrels.

“I was very impressed with how the team came together and worked. All the coaches told me what a great rodeo it was. Not many pro rodeos have that many contestants. Kudos to all the CSC rodeo kids.”

There are four more rodeos in the fall portion of the season; Riverton, Wyo., Sheridan, Wyo., Lamar Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo.

Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., was the host for the first rodeo in the 2009-2010 season of the Central Rocky Mountain Region.

The nine events of college rodeo had an amazing 523 entries to compete during the three-day event.

Chadron State Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said, “Entries are up by over 100 from last year, due mostly to recruiting efforts. Our team has 10 new members, making up a total of 30 traveling kids. It makes it tough though, to pick just four girls and six guys to make up the team.”

The events with the greatest increase were barrels with 104 entries and breakaway roping tallying 91; although entries in all the events are up.

Ten CSC competitors made it back to the short go on Sunday: Josi Jensen and Karalyn Bridgeman in goat tying; Jeddidiah Wilson, Ty Werdel and Whitten Hoover in barebacks; Lisa Vroman in breakaway roping; Bridger Chytka in tie-down calf roping and Kaylee Gallino, Bailey Lord and Becky Grimm in barrels.

Four of those placed in the top four. Josi finished second with 8.4 and 8.0 seconds in goat tying; Werdel finished third with 71 and 72 points and Wilson fourth with 68 and 70 points in bareback riding, and Becky Grimm was fourth with 16.55 and 16.88 second in barrels.

“I was very impressed with how the team came together and worked. All the coaches told me what a great rodeo it was. Not many pro rodeos have that many contestants. Kudos to all the CSC rodeo kids.”

There are four more rodeos in the fall portion of the season; Riverton, Wyo., Sheridan, Wyo., Lamar Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo.

Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., was the host for the first rodeo in the 2009-2010 season of the Central Rocky Mountain Region.

The nine events of college rodeo had an amazing 523 entries to compete during the three-day event.

Chadron State Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper said, “Entries are up by over 100 from last year, due mostly to recruiting efforts. Our team has 10 new members, making up a total of 30 traveling kids. It makes it tough though, to pick just four girls and six guys to make up the team.”

The events with the greatest increase were barrels with 104 entries and breakaway roping tallying 91; although entries in all the events are up.

Ten CSC competitors made it back to the short go on Sunday: Josi Jensen and Karalyn Bridgeman in goat tying; Jeddidiah Wilson, Ty Werdel and Whitten Hoover in barebacks; Lisa Vroman in breakaway roping; Bridger Chytka in tie-down calf roping and Kaylee Gallino, Bailey Lord and Becky Grimm in barrels.

Four of those placed in the top four. Josi finished second with 8.4 and 8.0 seconds in goat tying; Werdel finished third with 71 and 72 points and Wilson fourth with 68 and 70 points in bareback riding, and Becky Grimm was fourth with 16.55 and 16.88 second in barrels.

“I was very impressed with how the team came together and worked. All the coaches told me what a great rodeo it was. Not many pro rodeos have that many contestants. Kudos to all the CSC rodeo kids.”

There are four more rodeos in the fall portion of the season; Riverton, Wyo., Sheridan, Wyo., Lamar Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo.


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